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*Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute

... transfer, and retention rates for Native Americans so that students may easily transfer to four-year programs and graduate work ... SIPI has agreements with the University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, and New Mexico Highlands University to ... ensure better recruitment, ... The College has also established agreements with regional ...

*Roane State Community College

Tennessee Transfer Pathways have been designed to ensure seamless transfer, and the college also has articulation agreements ... The college also offers transfer programs for students who wish to start at Roane State and then transfer to a four-year ... There were 6,214 students as of fall 2013. The college's student-faculty ratio is 19:1. Roane State's "main" campus is in ... Students also can study abroad through Roane State's international education programs. Roane State maintains membership in the ...

*University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific

... students' fees are waived and credit transfer will be made under UMAP credit transfer program. Exchange funding agreements are ... The UCTS objective is to ensure effective credit transfer for students undertaking exchange program in universities from UMAP ... with credit transfer managed by UMAP and cooperating institutions. Selection of students and staff Approval of study program, ... UMAP Credit Transfer Scheme. More about UCTS. UMAP Scholarships. Erasmus Programme. Official website UMAP, Department of ...

*Bridge program (higher education)

Without the formalized agreement, transfer students receive on average one year or less worth of credits toward a bachelor's ... This structure ensures that the student will still likely be enrolled in a university program for at least three years. With ... Without a uniform system to assess transfer credits, students have no way of predicting how many transfer credits they will ... The Ontario Council for Articulation and Transfer (ONCAT) aims to improve transfer pathways for students by focusing on ...

*Shawnee Community College

... a statewide transfer agreement which ensures general education credits are transferable among more than 100 participating ... In addition to the IAI, SCC offers students "two-plus-two" programs that guarantee students that the courses completed at the ... Shawnee Community College was founded in 1967 as Shawnee College to allow students from Community College District No. 531 the ... In addition, dual credit enrollees obtaining college credit while attending high school increased from 3,415 students, to 5,040 ...

*Rend Lake College

... a statewide transfer agreement which ensures general education credits are transferable among more than 100 participating ... In addition to the IAI, RLC offers students "two-plus-two" programs that guarantee students that the courses completed at the ... A recent scholarship drive between local business and the foundation raised $44,000 for local area high school students. RLC ... It has facilities for study, research, leisure reading, class preparation, and wireless Internet access for students. The Rend ...

*John Wood Community College

... a statewide transfer agreement which ensures general education credits are transferable among more than 100 participating ... In addition to the IAI, RLC offers students "two-plus-two" programs that guarantee students that the courses completed at the ... The center serves as both a training facility for Dot Food workers, and for JWCC students in Brown County, Illinois. The ... JWCC began classes in 1975 with 668 enrolled students. Authorized by the Illinois General Assembly and signed by Illinois ...

*Higher education in Alberta

Through ACAT various types of transfer agreements exist. In program articulation, students in colleges and technical institutes ... In order to ensure a reasonable contribution by the students to the costs of post-secondary education, the Alberta government ... The target students of this legislation, although available to all Albertan students, are explicitly listed as First Nations, ... Historically, students completed programs at a single institution. However, over time students have become increasingly mobile ...

*Rock Valley College

... a statewide transfer agreement which ensures general education credits are transferable among more than 100 participating ... Dual credit students, who are obtaining college credit while attending high school accounted for 536 students of total ... 500 part-time lecturers and more than 10,000 students. Rock Valley College was founded in 1964 to allow students from the ... The tracks offer a total of 33 associate degree programs, and 34 certificate programs to students of RVC. As of April 13, 2009 ...

*Spoon River College

The agreement allows a smoother transition for SRC students seeking to transfer to WIU, while allowing the university to ... a statewide transfer agreement which ensures general education credits are transferable among more than 100 participating ... The agreement between the schools permits students at SRC to transition into WIU through a pre-defined curriculum and automatic ... Spoon River College has transfer agreements with four-year colleges and universities such as Western Illinois University, ...

*Northwest Vista College

As students progress successfully toward the completion of the Associate degree, this agreement will ensure a seamless ... These 2+2 articulation agreements serve to facilitate the admission and academic transfer of students from participating ... students are allowed to transfer to any public institution in Texas without the worry of loss of credit in the transfer process ... Established in 1995 with a dozen students, Northwest Vista College has an enrollment greater than 17,000 students, and offers a ...

*South Park School District

The state offers a small grant to assist students in costs for tuition, fees and books. Under the Pennsylvania Transfer and ... Articulation Agreement, many Pennsylvania colleges and universities accept these credits for students who transfer to their ... the District engages in identification procedures to ensure that eligible students receive an appropriate educational program ... "Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Agreement". Retrieved March 2010. Check date values in: ,access-date= (help) ...

*Warren County School District

The state offers a small grant to assist students in costs for tuition, fees and books. Under the Pennsylvania Transfer and ... Articulation Agreement, many Pennsylvania colleges and universities accept these credits for students who transfer to their ... In compliance with state and federal law, the District engages in identification procedures to ensure that eligible students ... The plan proposed they will be monitored regularly to ensure that students are making continual academic progress, accelerated ...

*Higher education in Prince Edward Island

To ensure smooth access both within and outside of the province, several transfer credit and articulated agreements have been ... students to enter the labour force early Out-migration of students from the Maritimes The number of international students has ... Examples of these include: Credit Transfer: The Atlantic Tourism and Hospitality Institute has transfer arrangements with the ... which states that all course work completed by transfer students during the first two years of university study in Canada ( ...

*Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica

The CARICOM Single Market and Economy agreement would allow Jamaicans to work in other member states, but not to transfer their ... signed an agreement to review and monitor the university's MSc Accounting program to ensure it meets international standards. ... for ICAJ to provide services to AAT students locally. In January 2005, ICAJ and the University of the West Indies (Mona Campus ... A long-standing agreement with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) allows ICAJ to administer local ...

*1969 Telangana Agitation

17 hurt ; Transfers challenged in court by Andhra employees (Indian Express Jan 25, 1969; page 1) Army asked to patrol major ... One section of students (which appeared dominant) wanted a separate state of Telangana while the other wanted implementation of ... Student agitation for the continuation of the agreement began at Palvancha in Khammam district and spread to other parts of the ... On 19 January, all party accord was reached to ensure the proper implementation of Telangana safeguards. Accord's main points ...

*Pre-2004 Telangana protests

One section of students (which appeared dominant) wanted a separate state of Telangana while the other wanted implementation of ... 17 hurt ; Transfers challenged in court by Andhra employees (Indian Express Jan 25, 1969; page 1). News.google.com (25 January ... In February, Mulki rules (local jobs for local people), as promised in Gentleman's agreement, were declared by high court as ... On 19 January, all party accord was reached to ensure the proper implementation of Telangana safeguards. Accord's main points ...

*Wadi Ara

According to politicians who support this land-swap, Israel would ensure and secure itself as a primarily Jewish state. However ... In return the Palestinian Authority would transfer specific large Israeli settlement "blocs" within the West Bank east of the ... area of the Northern West Bank in an agreement reached on 23 March 1949 and incorporated into the General Armistice Agreement. ... Wadi is a bilingual Hebrew-Arabic school located in an Arab village in Wadi Ara.It was established in 2004 with 100 students in ...

*Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre

... and to ensure high-quality standards in higher education in the arts." Its students and professors perform in over 400 concerts ... The LMTA has bilateral agreements with 72 partner institutions across Europe in the SOCRATES program. In 2003 it established a ... credit system comparable to the ECTS, the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System. Other bilateral or multilateral ... The true face of the Academy is the artistic activity by both students and professors including over 400 concerts per year; ...

*Texas constitutional amendment election, 2007

500 million in general obligation bonds to finance educational loans to students and authorizing bond enhancement agreements ... The denial of bail may be the only means to ensure victim or community safety in cases in which the defendant is willing to ... However, those arguments were directed at the appropriateness of the transfer of the university itself, and no comments were ... Bond enhancement agreements will provide the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board with additional tools to leverage its ...

*Transfer credit

This standard benefits students by ensuring that they are not inappropriately placed in programs of study and courses for which ... Historically, two-and four-year college transfer and articulation agreements were primarily institutional initiatives rather ... Some 40% of students transfer across state boundaries. College transfer policies and practices among the states usually avoid ... The National Institute for the Study of Transfer Students hosted a statewide conference on May 22, 2009. The Texas Transfer ...

*Canon-McMillan School District

"Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Agreement". Retrieved March 2010. Check date values in: ,access-date= (help) The ... the school district engages in identification procedures to ensure that eligible students receive an appropriate educational ... Under the Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Agreement, many Pennsylvania colleges and universities accept these credits ... mostly for handicapped and severely autistic students, and students with behavioral issues that may cause disruption on a ...

*Kean University-Wenzhou

Each group of about ten students regularly works with a mentor to ensure that only English is being used. Primary instruction ... Academic credits earned are eligible for transfer to any accredited US institution or to affiliated partners. Upon completion ... according to the agreement between Kean and Wenzhou. All classes are taught in English with all accreditation standards being ... had 204 students enrolled in 2012 and has over 800 students enrolled today. Most of the current students are from China's ...

*Envision EMI

... the settlement noted that the cy pres fund established by the settlement agreement-if properly administered-will ensure that ... Educators who nominate students are now told to use their own discretion. Teachers who nominate students to attend the ... Class members may only transfer the vouchers to individuals who meet Envision's academic qualifications, including a ... In 2009, more than 287,000 teachers nominated students to participate in an Envision EMI program. Students are nominated to ...

*Norwin School District

The state offers a small grant to assist students in costs for tuition, fees and books. Norwin has Dual Enrollment agreements ... Under the Pennsylvania Transfer and Articulation Agreement, many Pennsylvania colleges and universities accept these credits ... The District engages in identification procedures to ensure that eligible students receive an appropriate educational program ... The Pennsylvania College Credit Transfer System reported in 2009, that students saved nearly $35.4 million by having their ...
Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is a leading cause of mortality and morbidity in the developed world [1]. Indeed, while many patients are surviving and living with CVD, substantial health risks continue following cardiac events and procedures. The standard of in-patient cardiac care in clinical practice guidelines in many countries [2-5] consists of referral to cardiac rehabilitation (CR) and facilitation of post-discharge primary care provider (PCP) follow-up. Certainly, shared care [6] is particularly important to support risk reduction in the period following cardiac hospitalization, to minimize this risk of recurrent or adverse events. For instance, Ahmed et al. [7] showed that following cardiac hospitalization, shared care between generalists and cardiac specialists resulted in significantly improved left ventricular function evaluation, increased prescription rates for ACE-inhibitors, and lower odds of 90-day readmission (OR = 0.54) for heart failure patients when compared to patients treated ...
Date: September 2004 Page 1 of 6 Inter-facility Patient Transfers Purpose: The purpose of this policy is to establish a uniform procedure for inter-facility transfers. 1. Responsibility: a. Patient transfer
SCHOON, M G. Impact of inter-facility transport on maternal mortality in the Free State Province. SAMJ, S. Afr. med. j. [online]. 2013, vol.103, n.8, pp.534-536. ISSN 2078-5135.. AIM: In December 2011, having identified inter-facility transport as a problem in the maternity service, the Free State Department of Health procured and issued 48 vehicles including 18 dedicated to maternity care. Subsequently, a sustained reduction in mortality was observed. We probed the role of inter-facility transport in effecting this reduction in mortality. METHODS: A before-after analysis was performed of data from 2 separate databases, including the district health information system and the emergency medical and rescue services call-centre database. Data were compared for a 12-month prior- and 10-month post-intervention period using descriptive and correlation statistics. RESULTS: The maternal mortality decreased from 279/100 000 live births during 2011 to 152/100 000 live births during 2012. The mean dispatch ...
Janesville, WI) Nick Crow, Gazette. Blackhawk Technical College and UW-Rock County have reached an agreement allowing students to transfer credits from BTC toward obtaining a bachelors degree at UW-Rock.. The agreement assures the acceptance of any applied associate degree graduate from BTC into the UW Colleges bachelor of applied arts and sciences degree program.. "This agreement continues the longstanding commitment BTC has in partnering with the University of Wisconsin Colleges to increase options for students from all different walks of life and career paths," said Ed Robinson, vice president of student services at BTC. "Transfer students typically have a high graduation rate, so well-crafted articulation agreements often contribute to a students success at the university.". The ...
Night sleep duration of Japanese children aged 10-18 y has become shorter by one hour during the last 30 years in Japan [1]. The so called "24-hour society", which is currently in progress in Japan, seems to change environmental conditions surrounding children. For example, mobile phones are used by more than 90 % of university students and more than 30% of junior high school students living in the urban area of Kochi city (33°N) [2]. Students can communicate with their colleagues even in the middle of the night with mobile phones. Frequent or long-time (more than 30 min) usage of the mobile phone makes university and junior high school students more evening-typed [2].. "Convenience stores" are open for 24 hours and provide several kinds of food and other goods for general civilian life. Convenience stores are now common all over Japan even in suburban areas. Illumination inside the convenience stores is very bright (2000 lux or more at the ...
New York) - Human Rights Watch today hailed the 60th ratification of the International Criminal Court (ICC) treaty. At United Nations headquarters in New York, governments supporting the rule of law welcomed the establishment of the first permanent international tribunal to try those accused of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes. The ICC was created because national court systems -- from Guatemala to Sierra Leone to Iraq -- have failed to provide justice to the victims of egregious crimes. The Court will take cases only when the national systems do not work.. "The International Criminal Court is potentially the most important human rights institution created in 50 years. It will be the court where the Saddams, Pol Pots and Pinochets of the future are held to account," said Richard Dicker, Director of the International Justice Program at Human Rights Watch.. The Court will have authority to prosecute the most serious international crimes that are committed after July 1, 2002. The ...
The Union of Secondary Students (USS) was founded in January 2001 by Shane ODonnell, Lorcan Fox, Graham Barry, Carly-Anne Gannon and Lyndsey O Connell. With the help of the Union of Students in Ireland, the founders set up a meeting, which took place in University College Dublin on 28 March 2001. USS, the Union of Secondary Students disbanded in August 2008. The Union campaigns for the rights of Students and has a close working relationship with The Department of Education and Science, The National Childrens Office, the NYCI, NCCA, NPCPP, CPA, and USI. They are also a member of the Organizing Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU). In April 2004 they voted to accept membership from students in Northern Ireland and, as of 21 May 2005, the Union of Secondary Students has a registered membership of 47,000 students in the Republic of Ireland, representing approximately 14% of the ...
Welcome Falcons! As a public university, Bowling Green State University is able to offer very affordable tuition to all of our students. International students pay the same tuition as other out-of-state students; there is no special surcharge for international students. International students are generally not eligible to receive federal and state funding. Eligibility for federal aid requires that you are a U.S. citizen or an eligible non-citizen. If you are considered a U.S. National, or a U.S. Permanent Resident you may be eligible for some types of aid. To determine your status visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/eligibility/non-us-citizens. There are several institutional scholarships available for International Students. Please visit the International Student Services page for a listing of scholarship opportunities. Also, feel free to see additional listings under
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A global curriculum At BGSU, we celebrate the diversity of our students in an atmosphere that encourages you to explore your cultural heritage. International students who choose BGSU will discover a welcoming community that challenges and supports students from all over the world. With more than 750 international students representing 77 countries, BGSU is committed to cultural diversity. International Programs & Partnerships BGSU is committed to expanding intercultural communication and shared understanding. We believe that the exchange of ideas, cultural perceptions and political and social attitudes can improve the quality of life for all students. International Programs & Partnerships at BGSU coordinates and promotes international student and faculty exchanges while stimulating awareness on campus and in the community. The Executive director and assistant director of International Programs & Partnerships are the official ...
Raise the Age of Juvenile Court Jurisdiction to 18. Organization Position Statement. We, the National Association of Social Workers in Michigan, strongly support legislation to raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to 18. Michigan is one of 5 remaining states automatically prosecuting 17-year-olds as adults for any offense. Most 17-year-olds in the adult system are there for non-violent offenses and never had a juvenile record. This antiquated practice is contrary to research, exceptionally harmful to youth and directly threatens public safety. In order to reduce reoffending rates, reduce corrections costs, and align with national standards, it is imperative that Michigan raise the age of juvenile court jurisdiction to 18.. In nearly all aspects of law, Michigan recognizes 18 as the age of adulthood. Seventeen-year-olds cannot vote[1], legally sign a contract[2], drop out of school[3], rent a hotel room[4] or car[5], or purchase tobacco[6], fireworks[7] or lottery tickets[8] and are still ...
Orientation is mandatory for all new international students. The International Student Advisors will assist you with course registration, adjusting to campus life and more. We look forward to welcoming you to one of the friendliest towns in America. The one-day International Student Orientation for August 2018 takes place on August 7, 8, and 9, 2018. Please click here to register for orientation. Please click here to download the New Orientation Packet. Orientation is mandatory for all new international students. Failure to attend one of the mandatory orientation sessions will result in you not being able to register for courses in August 2018. You must attend one of the mandatory orientation sessions on August 7, 8, and 9. If you cannot attend one of these orientation sessions, you will need to defer your attendance - no exceptions will be made. The International Student Advisors will assist you with the following:. ...
The smoking habits of 9,276 high-school students (15-18 years old) in six cities of Northern Greece were studied using a questionnaire in order to determine the prevalence and possible risk factors for initiation of smoking. We observed that 29.6% of high-school students (32.6% of boys and 26.7% of girls) were current smokers. A percentage of 43.3% had started smoking before the age of 14. Reactive behaviour towards parents and teachers advice (40.2%) and the existence of smoking friends (40.1%) were the main reasons of initiation. A well-planned integrated anti-smoking campaign is urgently required, especially among students and teachers.
Despite the increase in methodological sophistication and complexity of models being tested for international student adjustment to universities in the United States (U.S.), researchers often do not test or control for salient demographic differences between students, including their educational status (i.e., graduate or undergraduate) and country in which they graduated high school. The current study was designed to examine whether demographic variables are associated with a range of social outcomes. Participants (N = 245) from 23 U.S. colleges and universities completed a survey in Fall 2017. Undergraduate students reported having a higher number of close friends at their institution than did graduate students; however, they also reported a lower sense of belonging than did graduate students. Students who graduated from high school in the United States reported less social support from international ...
Northern Potter Junior Senior High School is a diminutive, rural, public junior senior high school located in Ulysses, Potter County, Pennsylvania. It is the sole high school operated by the Northern Potter School District. The School serves the municipalities of Ulysses, Ulysses Township, Genesee, Bingham, and Harrison as well as portions of Allegany Township and Hector Township. In 2015, enrollment was reported as 252 pupils in 7th through 12th grades, with 55% of pupils eligible for a free lunch due to family poverty. Additionally, 17% of pupils received special education services, while 1.5% of pupils were identified as gifted. Northern Potter Junior Senior High School employed 26 teachers. Per the Pennsylvania Department of Education, 21% of the teachers were rated "Non‐Highly Qualified" under the federal No Child Left Behind Act. In 2013, Northern Potter Junior Senior High School officials reported an enrollment of 251 pupils (7th-12th), with 47% from low income homes. According to the ...
What if it was faster?. History shows that profound scientific discoveries are often found not at the middle point of disciplinary taxonomies but at their interfaces. In the field of astronomy, identifying super nova as "standard candles" to map the cosmos came about in part by identifying super nova as "events" and automating the related scientific workflows via HPC. This is where NERSC and ESnets combined capabilities have much to offer in allowing scientists to rethink time-to-solution in their workflows. NERSC partners with ESnet (also a user facility) to bridge the geography between detector and computer (report). Bandwidth matters because detectors and computers needed to process their data are not always in the same place. NERSCs capabilities are at the leading edge of computing technology. Expanding what is computationally feasible changes what is imaginable within the scope of a research project. Inter-facility science is all about such imagination. NERSCs HPC can speed up facility ...
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Dear President Abbas,. We, the undersigned Palestinian and international human rights organizations, write to urge you to ensure that Palestine pursues the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) by promptly acceding to the Rome Statute and/or filing a further declaration accepting the Courts jurisdiction over crimes committed on Palestinian territory from 1 July 2002.. Taking such steps could ensure access to international justice for victims of war crimes and crimes against humanity committed on Palestinian territories, and would send an important message that such crimes cannot be committed with impunity.. As you know, following the UN General Assemblys decision in November 2012 to upgrade Palestines status to "non-member observer state", the ICC Office of the Prosecutor stated that the decision "does not cure the legal invalidity of [Palestines] 2009 declaration" which accepted the ICCs jurisdiction over acts committed on its territory since 1 July 2002, ...
Article 2 of the Convention defines genocide as any act committed with intent to destroy - in whole or in part - a national, ethnic, racial or religious group. That act might include the imposition of measures intended to prevent births within the group. Article 6 of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court refers to "imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group. The Statute - discussed in Building the International Criminal Court (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2008) by Benjamin Schiff, The Emerging Practice of the International Criminal Court (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff 2009) by Carsten Stahn and An Introduction to the International Criminal Court (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2004) by William Schabas - gives the ICC the power to investigate and prosecute international crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes, and crimes of aggression. Importantly the Statute refers only to groups of religious, ethnic, racial, and national ...
Fontanelli, F (2012) The International Criminal Court and Africa or a Story of Persecutory Delusion In: Global Administrative Law: The Casebook ...
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has terminated the case against Kenyas deputy president and ended his trial, saying there was insufficient evidence he was involved in violence t
To prosecute perpetrators of war crimes the International Criminal Court (ICC) must connect the physical actions of the offence and most responsible offenders charged with planning, instigating and intent on carrying out crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression. To date there has been no empirical study of the types of physical actions that make up this offence. There is no baseline knowledge to contextualize the offence and enable the ICC to make links between the actions on the ground and a perpetrators culpability.. The purpose of this study was to produce the first multivariate model of war crime ground action using cases of war crime offences in Cambodia and Rwanda. The aim was to first identify a representative range offence behaviours, and secondly determine if ground actions could be differentiated into distinct forms of offending that indicate culpability, that is, knowledge and intent in carrying out the crime. Lastly, offence behaviours ...
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa - African Union leaders Saturday said that no sitting African leader should face trial by the International Criminal Court for heinous crimes. But African opponents failed to win support for a mass withdrawal from the ICC at an AU summit in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian...
This agreement assures that qualified students completing any Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Science (AS), or Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree at CCC will be able to transfer seamlessly to ESC. This agreement also establishes procedures for graduates of CCC to obtain the appropriate bachelors degree (BA, BS, and BPS) at ESC. To be eligible, CCC transfer students must have completed an associate degree within the last 3 years, or be in (or entering) their final semester of completing an associate degree. Please see a Clinton Advisor for details.. ...
Dr. Feldings patented discoveries include the enhancement of NAD+ metabolism through treatment with NAD+ precursors to potentiate the effects of endocrine therapy in breast cancer, inhibit resistance of breast cancer cells to endocrine therapy, and re-instate sensitivity in breast cancer cells that are unresponsive to endocrine treatments such as Tamoxifen. The research agreement will build upon the previous material transfer agreement, and if successful, will yield the data and tools required for the development of a clinical trial evaluating a novel combination therapy consisting of nicotinamide riboside (NR) and endocrine therapy in the treatment of breast cancer.. This acquisition brings the total number of patents and patents pending relating to nicotinamide riboside, owned or exclusively licensed by ChromaDex, to 16.. ChromaDex Founder and CEO, Frank Jaksch, stated, "TSRI was one of the first institutions we signed a ...
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Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:. Section 1. Section 8-202, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:. START_STATUTE8-202. Jurisdiction of juvenile court. A. The juvenile court has original jurisdiction over all delinquency proceedings brought under the authority of this title.. B. The juvenile court has exclusive original jurisdiction over all proceedings:. 1. Brought under the authority of this title except for delinquency proceedings.. 2. In which the respondent to a request for an emergency severe threat order of protection is under eighteen years of age.. C. The juvenile court may consolidate any matter, except that the juvenile court shall not consolidate any of the following:. 1. A criminal proceeding that is filed in another division of superior court and that involves a child who is subject to the jurisdiction of the juvenile court.. 2. A delinquency proceeding with any other proceeding that does not involve delinquency, unless the juvenile delinquency ...
Several Biomedical Equipment Technology students at Stanly Community College (SCC) were able to get top-notch training in Ohio. Radiological Service Training Institute (RSTI) is an internationally recognized school that specializes in X-Ray, CT, and MRI repair training for the medical industry. They offer advanced training in four levels, beginning with Phase I. Each year they conduct a Phase I training class especially for college students from around the country at their headquarters in Solon, Ohio. Typically their two week course is concentrated into six days and the tuition of $4,695 is reduced to $700 for current college students. This year, six Biomedical Equipment Technology students were able to attend, and for the third year in a row, SCC students earned top scores against University and other 4-year college students.. Congratulations to SCC students: Jovane Macias, Mark Dorr, ...
The British Columbia Ambulance Service (BCAS) is the sole ambulance service and provider of pre-hospital emergency care in the province of British Columbia. BCAS is managed by British Columbia Emergency Health Services (BCEHS) and falls under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA). The service is tasked with the provision of emergency medical response province-wide. Today, BC Ambulance is among the largest Emergency Medical Services (EMS) provider in Canada and North America. The fleet consists of more than 481 ground ambulances operating from 183 stations across the province along with 77 support vehicles. BCAS provides inter-facility patient transfer services in circumstances where a patient needs to be moved between health care facilities for treatment. BCAS also operates an airevac program that utilizes both fixed-wing and rotary aircraft. Prior to 1974, ambulance services in British Columbia was provided by a mixture of volunteer ambulance brigades, fire ...
Interorganizational system standards have reached a new era in industry. An era that has largely been overlooked in research but is on the verge of immense widespread diffusion. The notion of an interorganizational system (IOS) has nearly been lost. Virtually eclipsed by the attention towards e-commerce, B2B, P2P and many others. When asked about interorganizational systems, invariably most think of electronic data interchange (EDI). Albeit EDI still remains the preeminent type of interorganizational system, IOS solutions have been overhauled since the mid-1990s. IOS solutions are now collaboratively developed, structured around discretely defined cross-company business process standards and able to be distributed via the web. Compared with EDI technology from the past, the notions of open standards code, modularity, scalability, and interorganizational business process reengineering are embedded in modern-day IOS development. Fundamentally, this work bridges the research gap between prior ...
OBJECTIVE To review the pharmacology, adverse events, drug interactions, and use of the nonprescription analgesics in solid-organ transplant recipients. STUDY SELECTION AND DATA EXTRACTION Studies evaluating nonprescription analgesics in solid-organ transplantation were considered for evaluation. English-language studies were selected for inclusion. DATA SYNTHESIS Nonprescription analgesics (aspirin, choline salicylate, magnesium salicylate, sodium salicylate, ibuprofen, ketoprofen, naproxen sodium, and acetaminophen) are the most commonly purchased over-the-counter agents in the United States. These agents, although generally considered safe, have been associated with a number of toxicities. The salicylates and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been associated with gastrointestinal damage, hematologic changes, liver and kidney dysfunction, and breathing difficulties. Acetaminophen has been shown to induce hematologic changes and liver and renal dysfunction. CONCLUSION A closer look at the
It is not acceptable for the Ugandan government and the LRA to make a deal that circumvents international law.. "Many of these people have been charged with horrific crimes - and international warrants have been out for their arrest for more than two and a half years. They must be handed over to the ICC so that their guilt or innocence can be determined once and for all. The people of Uganda deserve no less." As a party to the Rome Statute of the ICC, Uganda is under the duty to cooperate fully with the ICC in its investigations and prosecutions. In particular, it must cooperate in arresting and surrendering any person charged by the Court, without delay. Amnesty International noted that the Rome Statute provides that, once the men have been surrendered to the ICC, the Ugandan government may then apply to have the cases returned to Ugandan courts. However, it would be up to the Pre-Trial Chamber of the ICC to decide whether Ugandan courts are able and willing to genuinely investigate and ...
The complaint being considered by the ICC presents evidence of the "systematic use of brutal violence, that at times resulted in the death of detainees, while in the custody of UK Services Personnel". And it claims "there is evidence of brutality combined with cruelty and forms of sadism, including sexual abuse, and sexual and religious humiliation". It points to the widespread use of "hooding", forcing people to remain in painful "stress positions", sleep deprivation, noise bombardment and deprivation of food and water. These interrogation techniques were used by British soldiers in Northern Ireland before being banned in 1972. There are "clear patterns" of the banned techniques being used "in a variety of different UK facilities [in Iraq] ... from 2003 to 2008," says the complaint. And evidence "suggests that failures to follow-up on or ensure accountability for ending such practices became a cause of further abuse. The obvious conclusion is that such mistreatment was systematic ...
Invented as breath-analyzing products by Smith and Wesson in the late 1950s, but now, breathalyzers are instruments that are utilized in a number of professions to determine the amount of blood alcohol content by analyzing a breath sample obtained from an individual. Literally dozens of breathalyzer models exist, most hand-held. Because of their frequent use as evidence in criminal courts, their design and performance is subject to highly prescribed regulations.. Alcohol is not digested in the body; it is simply absorbed into the tissues of the mouth, throat, stomach and intestines and eventually excreted. In part, alcohol leaves the body via the breath; because the percent of the total blood alcohol that exists this way is predictable, the alcohol content of the breath can be used to calculate the total blood alcohol content, or BAC.. While the principles behind breathalyzers are sound, they can only more or less estimate BAC since they do not measure it directly. An artificially high or low ...
Part I - Collaboration. Participants will have the opportunity to learn how to establish collaborations between federal and extramural clinicians as well as the various methodologies for sharing clinical discoveries with the outside medical community. While peer-reviewed publications and presentations at meetings have been efficacious in the past, the passage of the Bayh-Dole, Stevenson-Wydler, and Federal Technology Transfer Acts, all allowed increased incentives to establish collaborative projects between the scientific community and the business community. Participants will learn about the various agreements that govern external collaborations, including material transfer agreements, confidential disclosure agreements, clinical trial agreements, and Cooperative Research And Development Agreements. The ...
By 1953 the Chinese, under the guise of peaceful uses of nuclear energy, had initiated research leading to the development of nuclear weapons. The decision to develop an independent strategic nuclear force was made no later than early 1956 and was to be implemented within the Twelve-Year Science Plan presented in September 1956 to the Eighth Congress of the CCP. The decision to enter into a development program designed to produce nuclear weapons and ballistic missile delivery systems was, in large part, a function of the 1953 technology transfer agreements initiated with the USSR. In 1951 Peking signed a secret agreement with Moscow through which China provided uranium ores in exchange for Soviet assistance in the nuclear field. In mid-October 1957 the Chinese and Soviets signed an agreement on new technology for national defense that included provision for additional Soviet nuclear ...
The institute was established in 1920-21 as a primary center for researching infectious diseases and producing biological products, vaccines, and serums. A vaccine for pox was the first product of the institute. As a result of major changes that were made following the 1979 revolution, most of the scientific activities and productivity at the institute have been reduced to a minimum level. The Biotechnology Department at the Pasteur institute was formed in 1993 and is one of the pillars of modern genetic engineering in Iran.. In 1993-94, Cuba and Iran signed a biotechnology transfer agreement that brought Cubas recombinant DNA hepatitis B vaccine industrial production equipment to the Pasteur institute. Once the production unit is up and running (five sections, 14,000 square meters), the Pasteur institute will be able to produce 10 million hepatitis B vaccine doses per year. This institute is the only one of its kind in Iran capable of producing new ...
The Insights in the current issue are:. · Modularity and the Impact of Buyer-Supplier Relationships on the Survival of Suppliers by Glenn Hoetker, Anand Swaminathan, Will Mitchell. · Strategic Technology Choice and Capacity Investment Under Demand Uncertainty by Manu Goyal, Serguei Netessine. · Strategic ITInvestments: The Impact of Switching Cost and Declining ITCost by Didem Dermirhan, Varghese S. Jacob, Srinivasan Raghunathan. · Asymmetric Consumer Learning and Inventory Competition by Vishal Gaur, Young-Hoon Park. · Outsourcing via Service Quality Competition by Saif Benjaafar, Ehsan Elahi, Karen L. Donohue. · Testing a Life-Cycle Theory of Cooperative Interorganizational Relationships: Movement Across Stages and Performance by Sandy D. Jap, Erin Anderson. · Dynamic Assortment with Demand Learning for Seasonal Consumer Goods by Felipe Caro, Jérémie Gallien. · Coordinated Replenishment Strategies in Inventory/Distribution Systems by Mustafa Çagri Gürbüz, Kamran Moinzadeh,Yong-Pin ...
lack of dental insurance, and personal factors, such as lack of awareness and education about the importance of oral health.6. These access barriers are particularly acute for people with chronic illnesses or compromised immune systems, including people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), because of the interconnection between physical health and oral health. To address unmet oral health care needs and identify strategies and treatment models, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), HIV/AIDS Bureau (HAB), Special Projects of National Significance (SPNS) program launched the Innovations in Oral Health Care Initiative (Oral Health Initiative). This initiative, which ran from 2006 to 2011, funded 15 grantee sites across 12 States and 1 U.S. Territory and included hospitals, community health centers (CHCs), and AIDS service organizations (ASOs) in both urban and rural settings.. This training manual synthesizes lessons learned from this federally funded project and has important ...
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Objectives: To determine the incidence and nature of adverse events and delay to patient transfer from emergency department to intensive care unit (ICU) in a metropolitan tertiary hospital.. Method: A 6-month prospective observational study in conjunction with a retrospective chart audit on all emergency department patients admitted to ICU, including those admitted via theatre or after a computed tomography scan.. Results: Equipment problems was the most common adverse event occurring in 9% of patient transfers (n = 290). Hypothermia events occurred in 7% of transfers, cardiovascular events in 6% of patient transfers, delays to transfer ,20 min occurred in 38% of the prospectively audited cases, with 14% waiting ,1 h. One patient was found to have an incorrect patient identification band during a preoperative check.. Conclusions: This study generally reported lower rates of adverse events than noted in previous studies ...
Pooja Khialani, PsyD is a clinical and forensic psychologist who earned her doctorate in psychology through the Williams James College (formerly Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology) and has been conducting forensic evaluations of children and families since 2010. Her experience includes forensic evaluations of children and families involved with child protective agencies, comprehensive psychological testing services, evaluations of families involved in visitation and custody disputes, risk assessments of and individual therapy with adults with severe and persistent mental illness, and trauma focused individual therapy with children and adults. Currently, Dr. Khialani conducts forensic evaluations including emergency evaluations and psychological testing; supervises and conducts training seminars for new staff, graduate level interns, postdoctoral fellows and psychiatry residents; and serves as an expert witness. Dr. Khialani also serves as a consultant to the MGH Law and Psychiatry ...
Study Purpose: The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency in Nashville, Tennessee, received a National Institute of Justice grant to study the effectiveness of Nashvilles Juvenile Court Truancy Reduction Program (TRP). The TRP was a collaboration among the Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency, the public housing authority, Nashville/Davidson County Juvenile Court, Davidson County public schools, and the Nashville/Davidson County Police Department. The goals of the TRP were to increase attendance and to get children safely to and from school, while habitual truancy, also referred to as chronic absenteeism, was legally defined under the Juvenile Offender Act of the State of Tennessee as five or more aggregate, unexcused absences in the course of a school year. The TRP operationally defined students at risk of truancy as those who had three unexcused absences in a school year. The intent of TRP was to intervene before the student was adjudicated habitually truant. Once a student had ...
CRIMINAL LAW. By criminal, or penal, law is now understood the law as to the definition, trial and punishment of crimes, i.e. of acts or omissions forbidden by law which affect injuriously public rights, or constitute a breach of duties due to the whole community. The sovereign is taken to be the person injured by the crime, as he represents the whole community, and prosecutions are in his name. Criminal law includes the rules as to the prevention, the investigation, prosecution and punishment of crime. It lays down what constitutes a criminal offence, what proof is necessary to establish the fact of a criminal offence and the culpability of the offender, what excuse or justification for the act or omission can be legally admitted, what procedure should be followed in a criminal court, what degrees and kinds of punishment should be imposed for the various offences which come up for trial. Finally, it regulates the constitution of the tribunals established for the trial of offences according to ...
The criminal courts have a power to stop a prosecution from proceeding altogether where it would be inappropriate for it to continue. This power to stay proceedings which constitute an abuse of the process of the court has assumed great practical significance and is potentially applicable in many situations. There is at least one consideration of the abuse of process doctrine in virtually every major criminal trial today. This fully updated second edition of Abuse of Process and Judicial Stays of Criminal Proceedings blends doctrinal discussion with a thorough consideration of the underlying theory to provide a searching analysis of the theory and practice of abuse of process in England and Wales, with comparative examinations of many other jurisdictions including the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. This edition focuses in particular upon the profound impact of the European Convention on Human Rights on the judicial discretion to stay criminal proceedings. It explores substantial amounts of
This chapter of Women in Canada explores the criminal victimization of women and girls as well as their involvement in the criminal justice system as offenders. It covers the types of criminal victimization experienced by females over time; where possible, highlighting important differences in violent crime by Aboriginal identity, immigrant status, visible minority status and age. The use of formal and informal support services is explored, including changes over time in the use of police services. This chapter also reports trends in the number and types of crimes committed by females, along with their involvement in the criminal courts and correctional systems.
This chapter analyzes the consequences of the same body of law being utilized by different entities for different purposes. It specifically compares the use of international criminal law by international criminal courts and by human rights commissions of inquiry. The chapter first situates modern human rights commissions of inquiry within the broader institutional fact-finding framework of the UN and examines how these make use of international criminal law. The approaches of various commissions are then compared and contrasted with judicial approaches, especially in terms of their interpretation and application of international criminal law. The slightly divergent approaches of commissions of inquiry are justified through the idea of
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The following cases were closed in Waldo County criminal courts between the dates of July 21 and July 27.. 5th District Court. Thomas A. Emery, 23, of Medway, gross sexual assault, Waldo County Jail 15 days, probation partially revoked, probation continued.. Criminal Docket. Daniel Armstrong, 38, of Northport, operating after habitual offender revocation, with two prior, dismissed.. John F. Barnett, 20, of Whitinsville, use of drug paraphernalia, $300 fine.. Joseph M. Butler, 44, of Searsmont, violating protection from abuse order, Waldo County Jail 48 hours.. Bristol Pedro M. Delgado, 33, of Belfast, theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $300 fine.. Duane F. Edgecomb, 46, of Searsmont, failing to produce permit, $50 fine.. Eugene B. Flagg Jr. 56, of Belfast, operating under the influence (alcohol), $500 fine, Waldo County Jail 48 hours, license suspended 150 days.. David A. Giguere, 51, of Jackson, burglary, dismissed; theft by unauthorized taking or transfer, $250 ...
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July 03, 2014. By MICHELLE FAUL. Associated Press Leaders at an African summit have voted to give themselves and their allies immunity from prosecution for war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide at a new African Court of Justice and Human Rights.. The decision comes as the continent confronts human rights violations and has two sitting presidents and one ousted president facing charges at the International Criminal Court.. Amnesty International called it "a backward step in the fight against impunity and a betrayal of victims of serious violations of human rights.". "At a time when the African continent is struggling to ensure that there is accountability for serious human rights violations and abuses, it is impossible to justify this decision which undermines the integrity of the African Court of Justice and Human Rights, even before it becomes operational," said Amnestys Netsanet Belay.. The decision came June 27 at an African Union summit vote in Equatorial Guinea from which ...
OBJECTIVES: To determine prevalence, incidence and risk factors of colonization by extended-spectrum ?-lactamase-producing Enterobacteriacae (ESBLE), methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus (VRE) in aged subjects admitted to an acute geriatric unit at a teaching hospital. METHODS: During 12 months, 337 patients were screened by nasal, oropharyngeal, groin, axillary and rectal swabs upon admission and at discharge. RESULTS: The prevalence of ESBLE, MRSA and VRE carriage upon admission was 11.6%, 7.5% and 0.6%, respectively. The incidence density of ESBLE and MRSA carriage was respectively of 1.77 and 2.40 new cases for 1000 patient-days. No cases of VRE acquisition were found. Risk factors for ESBLE colonization on admission were: multiple contacts with the hospital within the previous year, chronic catheter use and a high level of dependency. For MRSA, risk factors were: chronic wounds, anti-acid use and a high level of dependency. CONCLUSION: ...
This gap in the criminal justice system means that some offenders will essentially go unpunished for their crimes because they will serve only a minimal amount of time in prison before they are released to summary parole. It also increases the likelihood that offenders will go unpunished for any additional crimes they commit while on summary parole. This is because the proposed summary parole policy would require local prosecutors to bring new charges in court for new criminal activity before a parolee could be returned to prison. However, if that new criminal activity is another low-level drug or property crime, the offender would serve little or no time in prison for the new criminal court conviction because of the administrations 20-month early release policy. Moreover, it is unclear to what degree local prosecutors will spend their resources to prosecute these offenders in the first place if it will not necessarily result in a prison sentence. Under the administration proposal, the BPH ...
Abstract In December 2003, President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda referred the situation of northern Uganda in respect to the Lords Resistance Army (LRA) to the International Criminal Court (ICC). The LRA had been wreaking havoc on the civilian population since the beginning of 1987. The LRA actions included abductions, forced conscription of child soldiers, sex slavery, rape, mutilation, torture, looting and destruction of property, among other crimes. These actions fell within the ambit of war crimes and crimes against humanity punishable under international law. In response to the referral, the ICC Chief Prosecutor, Luis Moreno-Ocampo intervened to bring the LRA top leadership to justice. The referral was an opportunity to punish the LRA for their atrocities and to bring an end to the protracted conflict which had caused so much suffering to the people living in northern Uganda. The referral was also an opportunity for the ICC to put its capacity to the test as the referral was the first for ...
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The ECtHR in Strasbourg, France. Photograph: Afp/AFP/Getty Images Peter (not his real name) returned to his mothers home in 2007 with blood on his body following a visit to his local day-care centre in Warsaw, Poland. Following an investigation by the police, a therapist at the day-care centre was charged with rape. Initially, the criminal court accepted Peters testimony that he had been raped, along with evidence from psychologists.. The defendant was found guilty in 2010, but proceeded to appeal the ruling, arguing that Peters evidence couldnt be accepted due to his disability, resulting in a retrial.. During the retrial, a new expert said that Peters evidence should not be relied upon due to his intellectual disability. The court accepted this, resulting in the accused being released and charges against him dropped.. Now, Peters mother is taking the case to the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR). She argues that the Polish courts were wrong to refuse her sons evidence, and that the ...
October 11, 2010 - Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in a fatal traffic accident at 3200 Telephone Road about 11:40 p.m. on Friday (Oct. 8).. Hernan Rodriguez Torres (H/m, DOB: 12/9/73) is charged with intoxication manslaughter in the 180th State District Court. Rodolfo Lopez Salinas (H/m, DOB: 12/9/83) is charged with felony evading arrest in the 209th State District Court and driving while intoxicated in Harris County Criminal Court #13. The victim, 41, was pronounced dead at the scene. His identity is pending notification to family members by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.. HPD Vehicular Crimes Sergeant J.K. Richard and Officer N. Rosenblatt reported:. An off-duty Houston police officer witnessed Torres and Salinas assaulting a male behind a restaurant on Edgebrook and the Gulf Freeway service road. The suspects then got into a white Chevrolet Suburban and fled the scene, with Salinas driving. The officer followed at a safe distance and advised a ...
KUWAIT CITY, Jan 3: The Personal Status Court chaired by Judge Ahmad Al-Dhubaie stripped a Kuwaiti woman of her right to custody of her children and all payments awarded in her favor by previous judgments. As per lawsuit filed by Lawyer Bushra Al-Hindal on behalf of the plaintiff, the woman was accused of getting married to another man without securing approval of marriage contract to enable her maintain custody of the children. The lawyer presented documents to prove the allegation, adding that her current husband presents the marriage contract when deemed necessary. Some witnesses also attested to the new marriage, affirming the woman was staying with the new husband in the same house. The court was convinced that the woman was actually married to another man in view of the documented evidences and testimonies of witnesses.. Man acquitted: The Criminal Court acquitted a Kuwaiti citizen who was accused of driving under narcotic infl uence and crashing his car into a lamppost opposite to Lulu ...
JURIST] Venezuelan Supreme Court justices currently in exile have filed a complaint [materials, in Spanish] with the International Criminal Court (ICC) [official website] accusing President Nicolás Maduro [Britannica backgrounder] of crimes against humanity. The complaint was initially filed [Miami Herald report] with the Venezuelan Supreme Tribunal of Justice (STJ) by Hebert Garcia Plaza, a former member of the Maduro cabinet. However, the STJ stated that many of the actions alleged in the complaint could potentially qualify [El Nacional report, in Spanish] as crimes under the Articles Five, Six, and Seven of the Rome Statute [text, PDF] and that, under Venezuelan law, it did not have jurisdiction to consider the matter. Accordingly, the complaint was filed with the ICC.. The complaint alleges that Maduro, along with approximately 60 other government officials, has aggressively and violently pursued civilian dissenters in the country and effectively branded them enemies of the state. The ...
Date: 17 January 2017. (1) Iran. We call on the Iranian authorities not to carry out the apparently imminent execution of Sajad Sanjari, who was a juvenile when he was sentenced to death for fatally stabbing a man in 2012.. Sanjari was granted a retrial in 2014 under the provisions of the 2013 Islamic Penal Code. However, in 2015 the provincial criminal court of Kermanshah rejected his argument that he had acted in self-defence following a rape attempt on him and confirmed his death sentence, finding that he had sufficient "mental maturity" to understand his crime. Irans Supreme Court upheld the death sentence in August 2016.. Iran remains one of the few countries that execute juvenile offenders despite its obligations under international human rights law which prohibits the use of the death penalty against anyone under 18 years of age, no matter the circumstances or the crime.. At least five juveniles were reportedly executed in Iran last year and at least 78 people reportedly remain on death ...
Vincent Quan is the Associate Director of Policy at J-PAL North America. As the Associate Director of Policy, he supports evidence-based policymaking by establishing new research partnerships, writing and disseminating policy lessons, and building the capacity of local and state policymakers in their use of randomized evaluations. Vincent has significant experience working in the United States criminal justice system. Prior to joining J-PAL, Vincent worked at the Prison Law Office where he researched conditions in prisons across California and advised corrections staff on strategies to improve conditions of confinement. He has also worked at the Legal Aid Society in New York City, where he assisted low-income residents in navigating the criminal court system. Vincent has also researched and written on local and United States federal housing policy at PolicyLink and the Institute for Children, Poverty, and Homelessness.. Vincent holds a masters in public administration from Columbia Universitys ...
Needless to say, the alleged friends of the Palestinians on the Council did their best to give ammunition to those trying to wiggle out of the reports otherwise unassailable conclusions by failing to mention Hamas and including many sound, but contextually misplaced, political criticisms of Israel. To be fair, some Russians and Chinese are alleged to have told Israel that they were referring the report to the Security Council but voted for the resolution because of these other points, on the West Bank and East Jerusalem. It is a measure of how desperate Israel is that this "reassurance"-that the countries involved fundamentally opposed Israel policy on its eternal capital and occupation but did not want the issue to go to the Security Council and thus the International Criminal Court (ICC)-was so welcome to Israeli politicians. Indeed, Moscow and Beijing oppose the reference to the Court because they see Uighurs, Tibetans and Chechens as potential stand-ins for Palestinians ...
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On Nov. 7, Albanias High Criminal Court changed the sentences of two Muslim Albanians from prison to house arrest. The detainees, Xhezair Fishti and Medat Hasani, who are Salafists, were arrested in November 2016 by Albanian counter-terrorism units on suspicion of planning an attack on the Israeli national football team, which was scheduled to play Albania on Nov. 12, 2016.. These Salafists were two of some 150 Muslims who the Albanian police detained that month. Albanian authorities, who generally regard Muslims with suspicion, conducted mass arrests and closed the borders with Kosovo and Macedonia. They did this so that Muslim Albanian fans could not attend the football match between Albania and Israel and shout anti-Israeli and pro-Palestinian slogans.. However, out of the 150 people who were detained, four were singled out as terrorist suspects and accused of plotting to attack the Israeli team. This counterterrorism operation was coordinated along with the Kosovar police, which, for its ...
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All Nebraska Drug and other Problem-Solving courts are governed by the Nebraska Supreme Court Committee on Problem-Solving Courts under the direction of the Nebraska Supreme Court. Members include representatives of courts, probation, law enforcement and the legal community along with judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys.. Nebraska problem-solving courts are an institution of the Nebraska Supreme Court utilizing innovative court programs through which individuals and families thrive, and all Nebraska communities become safer.. Problem-solving courts operate within the district, county or juvenile courts and include programs established for the treatment of problems related to substance abuse, mental health, and domestic violence. Problem-solving courts are post plea or post adjudicatory intensive supervision treatment programs designed for high risk and high need individuals. Nebraska Problem-Solving Courts can only be established with the approval of the Nebraska Supreme Court. The purpose ...
Canadian Forensics Inc (CFI) is accredited by the Canadian Criminal Real Time Identification Services (CCRTIS) branch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) to provide fingerprint-based Criminal Record Checks in Canada. In Canada a criminal background check,record check, police check, police certificate, CPIC Check or police clearance) is a search of Canadian Police Information Center (CPIC) database based on applicants name and date of birth or fingerprints to determine whether the individual has a criminal record. The Criminal Record Check is intended for applicants who are involved as a volunteer, employee or in any situation where a basic check is requested (i. Will this show up on my Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Will this show on my criminal record check?Family Break-up; Financial Help An adult criminal record remains on the Having a criminal record can prevent a youth from travelling outside of Canada or Even if the police were completely mistaken and the matter was ...
Crooks Cured by Surgeons Knife. Here for the first time is the amazing story of how criminals in San Quentin prison, California, are made honest by giving them healthy glands.. By H. H. DUNN. THE surgeons knife and the laboratory test tube have entered the campaign against crime. Experimental researches, carried on over a number of years and beginning to show results in control and reform institutions this summer, indicate that criminal tendencies may be eradicated, development of the criminal averted, and the established criminal restored to normal by medical and surgical treatment.. Most of the work which has resulted in this astounding discovery has been done in schools for "backward," or "wayward, children in San Francisco, and among the inmates of San Quentin prison in California. Looking into the causes of criminal behavior, Dr. Ralph A. Reynolds, of San Francisco, has opened a door which apparently leads not only to the prevention of crime, but to the reformation of the adult criminal. ...
The readings are by authors from different academic disciplines, with different theoretical and ideological orientations, and with diverse ideas on the best ways to prevent and control juvenile delinquency in American society. Four papers pertain to the history and definitions of delinquency. They focus on the portrayal of the "stubborn" child as a deviant, the rise of the child-saving movement, and juvenile court law in Cook County (Illinois) in 1899. Four papers on the observation and measurement of delinquency consider the prevalence, incidence, rates, and other descriptive measures of delinquency; the accuracy of official and self-report measures of delinquency; and chronic offenders as missing cases in self-report delinquency research. The 10 papers on the distribution and correlates of delinquency pertain to age, sex, and versatility; race; class; family; school; peers; gangs; and drugs. The 31 papers on what causes delinquency and how it is controlled consider the interdependence of ...
Paula earned her Masters degree in Social Work at Simmons College, then worked at McLean Hospital Childrens Center. At McLean, she worked on the Childrens inpatient unit and saw children, adolescents and adults in the outpatient clinic there. This setting offered the opportunity to work with children, adolescents, parents, families, and individual adults. She co-lead drug and alcohol treatment groups and coordinated aftercare planning with schools and community agencies on the inpatient unit.. In the early 90s, she relocated from the Boston area to Cape Cod and began working at several outpatient treatment agencies. In 1994, Paula went to work at the Juvenile Court in Barnstable conducting court ordered mental health evaluations and consulting with probation officers, schools, and other human service providers.. Seven years later, Paula began working as the child specialist with the Department of Mental Health Crisis Team, conducting emergency evaluations to determine the appropriate level ...
METHODS AND RESULTS: Here, we characterize the impact of donor age on solid-organ transplantation using a murine cardiac transplantation model. We found a compromised graft survival when older hearts were used. Shorter graft survival of older hearts was independent of organ age per se, because chimeric young or old organs repopulated with young passenger leukocytes showed comparable survival times. Transplantation of older organs triggered more potent alloimmune responses via intragraft CD11c+ dendritic cells augmenting CD4+ and CD8+ T-cell proliferation and proinflammatory cytokine production, particularly that of interleukin-17A. Of note, depletion of donor CD11c+ dendritic cells before engraftment, neutralization of interleukin-17A, or transplantation of older hearts into IL-17A(-/-) mice delayed rejection and reduced alloimmune responses to levels observed when young hearts were transplanted ...
Bio Dr. Alin Girnita received his MD/PhD degrees from the University of Medicine in Craiova, Romania, where he was board certified in cardiovascular surgery. He completed his fellowship in transplantation immunology, histocompatibility and immunogenetics at the University of Pittsburgh Medical center, where he was appointed as Assistant Professor of Pathology and Associate Director of HLA lab. Between 2009-2019, Dr. Girnita was an Associate Professor, and then Professor of Surgery and Director of Transplant Immunology Division at University of Cincinnati. Since November 2019, he was recruited as a Professor of Pathology at Stanford School of Medicine. Dr. Girnita has authored over 40 scientific articles that have been cited over 1500 times. His research interest involves the alloimmune response in solid-organ transplantation, markers of antibody-mediated rejection, influence of various therapeutic protocols on desensitization and alloimmune response, structural matching and genetic polymorphism ...
Lymphoma can develop in the pulmonary parenchyma via 3 mechanisms: hematogenous spread from other organs; direct invasion from contiguous mediastinal or hilar lymph nodes that are the primary disease sites; or primary lung involvement.2 Primary pulmonary B cell lymphoma is rare, accounting for only 0.5-1% of all lung malignancies and less than 1% of non-Hodgkin lymphomas. Primary pulmonary B cell lymphoma is defined by clonal lymphoid proliferation affecting one or both lungs in patients with no detectable extrapulmonary involvement at diagnosis or during the subsequent 3 months. The majority of cases are mucosa-associated lymphoid-tissue lymphoma, which is a low-grade form of B cell lymphoma. High-grade pulmonary B cell lymphoma is much less common, accounting for only 11-19% of cases of primary pulmonary B cell lymphoma. High-grade pulmonary B cell lymphoma generally occurs in patients with immunodeficiency, such as from human immunodeficiency virus or solid-organ transplantation.1 Our patient ...
ELMHURST HOSPITAL CENTER. Good afternoon Chairperson Arroyo and members of the Health Committee, I am Dr. Joseph Masci, Director of Medicine at Elmhurst Hospital Center, which is part of the New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC). I am also a Professor of Medicine - and also Preventive Medicine - at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. On behalf of HHC, thank you for the opportunity to discuss HIV/AIDS - Hepatitis C co-infection. I will begin with an overview of HIV/AIDS services, and then discuss Hepatitis C and current treatment protocols.. All eleven HHC acute care hospitals are state-designated AIDS Centers that provide comprehensive HIV/AIDS (both inpatient and outpatient care) services to their patients to help them achieve the best possible outcomes. The centers work with pediatric and obstetrical departments to deliver the specialized HIV care that infants, children and pregnant women need. Coler-Goldwater, one of HHCs long-term care facilities, also provides specialized ...
Find links to external web sites that are consistent with the objectives of the United States of America Vietnam War Commemoration including Veteran Service Organizations, Museums, and other Associations.
Interorganizational partnerships have been used by nonprofits in a variety of industries to build organizational capacity, yet they are currently underutilized by many youth sport nonprofit organizations. While previous research has highlighted key features of dyadic relationships that inhibit the development and maintenance of partnerships, there has been less attention to the influence of broader or complete networks. This study examined key structural properties of a youth sport nonprofit network in one municipality to determine how interorganizational partnerships were used to build organizational capacity. Whole network analysis was used to study partnerships between youth sport nonprofits and analyze the configuration and structural features of the network. Results indicated a fragmented network of youth sport nonprofit organizations, with the majority of organizations operating independently of one another, and the network itself characterized by unbalanced ties. The discussion highlights ...
Our 34-bed facility specializes in caring for critically ill adults. Patient transfers from other hospitals can be done by ground ambulance or the LifeFlight air transport service.. A number of faculty attend in the MICU and all have been board-certified in internal Medicine, pulmonary disease and critical care medicine. This team carries out procedures including diagnostic and therapeutic vascular catheterization, intubation, chest tube insertion, thoracentesis and bronchoscopy.. The MICU has an active program of research projects to discover new therapies and improve patient care.. For a critical care consult or to transfer a patient to the MICU call the Transfer Center at (615) 343-0976. Non-emergent consults should be referred to the Pulmonary Consult Fellow. ...
DCWs employed by nursing and residential care facilities owned by state governments experienced the second highest incidence rate (7.9%) of nonfatal occupational injury and illness. Most commonly (61%) from injuries related to the lifting, repositioning or transfer of care residents [1]. Only workers in rendering and meat byproduct processing owned by private industry had a higher rate (8.3%) of injury [2]. In addition to the obvious detrimental impact to the DCW and patient, the collateral damage of work-related injuries affects home care organizations, the health care system, and the financial community.. The prototype system was tested with different workers (low vs. high experience levels), different types of patients (partially assisted vs. totally dependent) and transfer settings (bed-to-chair and chair-to-chair). In total, seven direct care workers and one highly experienced physical therapist (our gold standard) completed a total of 32 patient ...
experience: conventional terrorism and critical care. Shapira and Cole: Terror Medicine: Birth of a Discipline Critical Care. 2005; 9. 4 Almogy, G., Belzberg, H., Mintz, Y., et. al. Suicide bombing attacks: update and modification to the protocol. Annals of Surgery. 2004; 239: 295-303. 5 Leibovici, D., Gofrit, O.N., Heruti, R.J., et. al. Interhospital patient transfer: a quality improvement indicator for prehospital triage. Am J of Emergency Med. 1997; 15: 341-344. 6 Shapira, S.C. and Mor-Yosef, S. Terror politics and medicine: the role of leadership. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 2004; 27: 65-71. 7 Matza, M. Family separated in bus bombing reunited through nurses work," Knight Ridder Newspapers, Aug. 20, 2003, http://static.highbeam.com/k/knightriddertribunenewsservice/august202003/familyseparatedinbusbombingreunitedth roughnurseswo/. Accessed July 20, 2005. 8 Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Palestinian use of ambulances and medical materials for terror. Dec. 22, 2003, ...
1 Representation of the victim was subsequently assumed by Jos Sime n Ca as Central American University (IDHUCA), which took over all the cases that the Christian Legal Aid Service had been handling with the Commission (see communication of Jos Sime n Ca as Central American University (IDHUCA) dated November 18, 1994, and signed by the Coordinator of the Christian Legal Aid Service and the Executive Director of IDHUCA).. 2 Document dated June 22, 1989, pp. 10-11.. 3 Document dated October 10 , 1989, received on October 12 of the same year.. 4 Final Comments of the State, dated September 24, 1993, folios 30-32.. 5 On page 46.. 6 See folio 53.. 7 M nica Pinto, La Denuncia ante la Comisi n Interamericana de Derechos Humanos, Editores del Puerto, 1993, p. 64.. 8 IA Court HR., Vel zquez Rodr guez Case, Judgment of July 29, 1988, Series C N 4, par. 135.. 9 Idem., par. 164.. 10 IA Court of HR, case of Neira Alegr a et al., Judgment of January 19, 1995, Series C N 20, par. 60.. 11 Dermit vs. Uruguay, (N ...
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Damian Preshaw is a transfer pricing specialist with more than 20 years experience in transfer pricing in both the private sector and with the ATO. Prior to establishing Damian Preshaw Consulting Pty Ltd in October 2015, Damian was a director in KPMGs Transfer Pricing Services Group in Melbourne. In this capacity, Damian advised a wide variety of multinational clients on transfer pricing and profit attribution issues with a special focus on dispute resolution, financial services and business restructuring. Prior to joining KPMG, Damian was an international tax counsel in the ATOs Transfer Pricing Practice in Canberra and was an Australian delegate to the OECDs Working Party No.6 (Taxation of Multinational Enterprises) from 1994 to 2003. Damian represents The Tax Institute on the ATOs Division 815 Working Group. - Current at 23 March 2016 ...
Thanks! Reformatted: IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND FOR PINELLAS COUNT, FLORIDA STATE OF FLORIDA Case No.CRC98-20377CFANO-S V. CHURCH OF SCIENTOLOGY FLAG SERVICE ORGANIZATION, INC. SPN: 01980179 RESPONSE _TO DEFENSE MOTION TO DISMISS BASED UPON THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT Comes now, Bernie McCabe, State Attorney for the Sixth Judicial Circuit of Florida, by and through his undersigned Assistant State Attorney, and hereby files this his Response to Defense Motion to Dismiss Based Upon the Religious Freedom Restoration Act, and as grounds therefore would show: I. FACTS OF THE OFFENSE. A. LISA MCPHERSON. Lisa McPherson was a thirty two year old Texas native who had been involved in Scientology for many years and who worked for a Clearwater business owned by other Scientologists. She had been had been in Clearwater and associated with the Church of Scientology Flag Service Organization, Inc. (CSFSO) since 1994. Records indicate that Lisa had spent between ...
A health care organisation was observed over a period of four years during their introduction of email to 6000 employees. The observed managers were positive to email from the start, despite problem with attachments and concerns for lacking computer knowledge. Email had a positive effect on employees attitudes to perceived computer knowledge as well as their abilities to learn more about computers. Negative for all was the blind mass mailings from within the organisation.. ...

Blackhawk Technical College, UW-Rock County to Sign Transfer AgreementBlackhawk Technical College, UW-Rock County to Sign Transfer Agreement

Robinson said the agreement will help ensure students understand which courses will transfer and help them make better course ... The transfer agreement is open to students who have earned an applied associate degree from BTC with a grade point average of ... "Transfer students typically have a high graduation rate, so well-crafted articulation agreements often contribute to a ... Blackhawk Technical College and UW-Rock County have reached an agreement allowing students to transfer credits from BTC toward ...
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Transfer StudentsTransfer Students

Rivier has articulation agreements in place with schools in the area to ensure that your credits transfer smoothly. Rivier has ... Mallory Johnson, nursing major and transfer student. Transfer students are evaluated on the overall strength of their academic ... Transfer Students. Were glad youre considering transferring to Rivier. Our Admissions Counselors are available to help make ... We will transfer your credits if you received at least a 2.0 average on a 4.0 scale and the course(s) is (are) deemed ...
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BTC has New Partnership with Ottawa UniversityBTC has New Partnership with Ottawa University

"At Blackhawk Technical College, ensuring our transfer agreements further advance our students educational pathways is a top ... As part of the partnership, Ottawa University is extending its generous transfer policy to Blackhawk students for up to 80 ... Students who opt for this pathway can earn a bachelors degree for under $25,000 in total. ... "Were excited to partner with Ottawa University and be able to offer our students an opportunity to continue their education." ...
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Transfer Students | Western Michigan UniversityTransfer Students | Western Michigan University

Plan Your Transfer Path. Utilize our guides to ensure a smooth transfer process. ... Michigan Transfer Agreement. MTA satisfies lower-level WMU general education requirements.. Explore MTA ...
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American Association of Physics TeachersAmerican Association of Physics Teachers

... regardless of when students transfer. The agreement ensures a large enrollment in physics courses at RRCC, to the point that ... And CSM is ensured that transfer students have a solid math and science background, including their understanding of physics. ... have benefited from a formal transfer agreement for about 15 years. Roughly 30% of all students transferring to CSM originate ... We will discuss the steps we take to maintain the agreement, which include faculty-to-faculty meetings and recruiting events ...
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Siena College transfer studentsSiena College transfer students

Info concerning Siena College transfer students. Completion of an nationally-accredited, technical training program can qualify ... In most states, community colleges have transfer agreements in place with dozens of public and private universities. In fact, ... so that the transfer of credits is ensured.. Financial Aid Information. Government scholarships and grants, combined with ... Transfer students experience another pathway towards admissions. In fact, nearly 50% of all current undergraduate students ...
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St. Clair College - Full Time Programs - Credit Transfer & Pathway AgreementsSt. Clair College - Full Time Programs - Credit Transfer & Pathway Agreements

Students wishing to progress to a degree through an articulation or formal pathway agreement should contact the Admissions ... Although we strive to ensure that our publications accurately depict our formal agreements, curricula changes and admission ... Access the Universities Transfer Agreements. Various. Walsh College. www.walshcollege.edu. Troy, Michigan, United States. ... Through these agreements, graduates may receive transfer credit for several courses, a full semester or a full year (or more) ...
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Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute - WikipediaSouthwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute - Wikipedia

... transfer, and retention rates for Native Americans so that students may easily transfer to four-year programs and graduate work ... SIPI has agreements with the University of New Mexico, New Mexico State University, and New Mexico Highlands University to ... ensure better recruitment, ... The College has also established agreements with regional ...
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Academics - 
			International Center -  University of San Diego
		Academics - International Center - University of San Diego

Embassy-sponsored students: You are responsible for ensuring that classes taken off campus are approved and acknowledged by ... You should consult with your academic department on the current process for requesting a transfer of credits to your degree. ... either by confirming it with USDs Articulation Agreement or with you respective academic adviser. ... applicable to undergraduate students). Graduate students will need to notify and file for a withdrawal or LOA with their ...
more infohttp://www.sandiego.edu/international/oiss/current-f1-students-academics.php

Roane State Community College - WikipediaRoane State Community College - Wikipedia

Tennessee Transfer Pathways have been designed to ensure seamless transfer, and the college also has articulation agreements ... The college also offers transfer programs for students who wish to start at Roane State and then transfer to a four-year ... There were 6,214 students as of fall 2013. The colleges student-faculty ratio is 19:1. Roane States "main" campus is in ... Students also can study abroad through Roane States international education programs. Roane State maintains membership in the ...
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Transfer Credit | Go Global at UBCs Okanagan campusTransfer Credit | Go Global at UBC's Okanagan campus

... restriction applies to students in UBC-approved exchange agreements. To ensure that the courses you take during exchange will ... Students can transfer back a maximum 18 UBC credits per term. Pre-approval process. Some faculties require students to receive ... Transfer credit process overview. *Log into the transfer credit portal to begin a course evaluation request. You can track the ... Transfer credit. Transfer credit is crucial to exchange. Make sure youre familiar with how it works! ...
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MCC ecatalog 2018-2019 - Biotechnology - Science TransferMCC ecatalog 2018-2019 - Biotechnology - Science Transfer

The Statewide Transfer Agreement for New Jersey ensures that students who earn an A.A. or A.S. degree at a community college ... Students should discuss the transfer process with an advisor.. How long will it take to complete this degree? Once students ... In addition, articulation agreements with a number of public and private institutions provide guaranteed transfer into several ... The program is designed to provide hands-on skills training in biotechnology, as well as an AS transfer option for students ...
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Outgoing - DSV, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences - Stockholm UniversityOutgoing - DSV, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences - Stockholm University

The idea of student exchange is to be able to transfer your credits from your stay to your degree at DSV. To ensure academic ... Learning Agreement. Learning Agreement is an agreement on the courses you will take when you are abroad and that the credits of ... Note that you can ignore pages entitled International Students, they are usually directed towards paying international students ... Bilateral agreement (DSVs agreements). Agreements in China and Taiwan. Courses in computer and systems sciences. Provides no ...
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Outgoing - DSV, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences - Stockholm UniversityOutgoing - DSV, Department of Computer and Systems Sciences - Stockholm University

The idea of student exchange is to be able to transfer your credits from your stay to your degree at DSV. To ensure academic ... Learning Agreement. Learning Agreement is an agreement on the courses you will take when you are abroad and that the credits of ... Note that you can ignore pages entitled International Students, they are usually directed towards paying international students ... Bilateral agreement (DSVs agreements). Agreements in China and Taiwan. Courses in computer and systems sciences. Provides no ...
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FAQ - Department of Biological Sciences - Simon Fraser UniversityFAQ - Department of Biological Sciences - Simon Fraser University

In most cases, the transfer credit agreements for first-year biology courses require students to complete the full set in order ... This is to ensure that students are enrolled on first-come, first-served basis. ... Students who transfer from other post-secondary institutions may receive unassigned transfer credits (BISC 1xx and/or BISC 2xx ... Second degree students are required to see the advisor to discuss their academic goals. It is important that the students bring ...
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Community Colleges #AddValue by Diversifying Your Job Search - New Professionals and Graduate Students PostCommunity Colleges #AddValue by Diversifying Your Job Search - New Professionals and Graduate Students Post

... but we provide pre-transfer academic advising services to ensure the student is guided from the 2-year institution to the 4- ... The Passport Office not only assist faculty at both IUPUI and Ivy Tech degree and course articulation agreements, ... I own the prefect professional marriage of working for my undergraduate institution and serving transfer students all to my ... For instance, my interactions with veteran students were limited. I encountered older students who were attending college part- ...
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The United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU: Initial assessment - selected points - regjeringen.noThe United Kingdom withdrawal from the EU: Initial assessment - selected points - regjeringen.no

Due to an exception under the EEA Agreement, the UK already charges higher tuition fees for Norwegian students in the UK than ... which ensure equal treatment with respect to the right to social security coverage and the right to transfer benefits to ... A new agreement with the UK could be a bilateral one, or it could be an agreement between the EEA EFTA countries and the UK. ... It will be important for Norway to ensure that Norwegian workers, students and other Norwegian citizens are able to live, work ...
more infohttps://www.regjeringen.no/en/dokumenter/uk-withdrawal-eu/id2541874/

Bristol Community College - Criminal Justice TransferBristol Community College - Criminal Justice Transfer

Articulation agreements ensure transfer to many four-year colleges and universities. Graduates may also qualify for the ... Academic and transfer advisors assist students in selecting courses to fulfill both program and general education requirements ... To determine available transfer institutions, and to ensure all credits will be transferred and applied to your degree, ... to ensure a smooth transfer to four-year colleges and universities.. *This program qualifies as a Massachusetts Transfer ...
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Advising FAQsAdvising FAQs

How do I know if my course(s) will transfer?. Completing the Associate of Arts Direct Transfer Agreement (AA-DTA) ensures that ... Continuing students register before new, former/returning, and transfer students. Also, students with more credits register ... an educational plan that includes all transfer steps. As students prepare to transfer to another school, they must consider ... If students transfer with the AA-DTA, they will generally be admitted to junior standing; however, in order to be accepted into ...
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Business Administration | Great Bay Community CollegeBusiness Administration | Great Bay Community College

The Business Administration degree is designed to provide students with options that enhance transfer to four-year institutions ... It holds high standards, which ensure an equally high level of education in its family of schools and colleges. ... through our articulation agreements. ... Transfer Credit Policy In addition to Great Bay transfer credit ... Suggested Pathway 1: Transfer to UNH Paul School or other universities. Course ID. Course. Theory. Lab. Credits. ...
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Outdoor Leadership - AcademicsOutdoor Leadership - Academics

Students may transfer OLP credits to other multi-year degree programs in Adventure Education or Outdoor Education. Students ... Transfer OLP credits to earn a 4-year degree-we are hard at work creating connections and agreements with several colleges for ... they are in alignment with the offerings at these other colleges to ensure maximum transferability of credits for OLP students ... Registration for all students is going on now! New students contact Admissions to apply. Current students, register with your ...
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archive-edu.com: ferrum.edu - Franklin County Ninth-graders learn teamworkarchive-edu.com: ferrum.edu - Franklin County Ninth-graders learn teamwork

Community College will help achieve that aim The articulation agreement ensures that Ferrum College will grant transfer credit ... students from the middle school to the high school It gives students more structure and offers more flexibility It also helps ... Ferrum & Danville Community College Sign Articulation Agreement. In turn Ferrum College guarantees acceptance of DCC students ... country s No 1 and No 4 killers heart disease and stroke Information For Future Students Accepted Students Current Students ...
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PCC Fall Semester registration kicks off on July 23-24 > Piedmont Community College > College...PCC Fall Semester registration kicks off on July 23-24 > Piedmont Community College > College...

Students who plan to register for Fall Semester classes at Piedmont Community College will be able to do so next week on ... agreements between North Carolina Community Colleges and the University of North Carolina System ensure a smooth transfer for ... PCC continues to offer University Transfer options for students who want to complete two years of coursework at PCC and ... Returning students may use WebAdvisor to register for classes online.. Prospective students who have not applied for admission ...
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Bioprospecting/Biopiracy and Indigenous Peoples | ETC GroupBioprospecting/Biopiracy and Indigenous Peoples | ETC Group

In the vast majority of cases, however, commercial bioprospecting agreements cannot ... Bilateral bioprospecting agreements are sanctioned by the multilateral Convention on Biological Diversity. ... OPPORTUNITY FOR TRANSFER OF TECHNOLOGY OR EXPLOITATION OF CHEAP LABOR?. Some biodiversity contracts claim to ensure that access ... As part of the Merck/INBio agreement in Costa Rica, about 60 collectors (among them farmers, fishermen, and students) have ...
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Diagnostic Medical Sonography | SAIT, Calgary, AlbertaDiagnostic Medical Sonography | SAIT, Calgary, Alberta

Visit Transfer Options to learn more about the transfer agreements currently available to SAIT graduates and incoming students. ... Ensure your personal email account is managed appropriately to receive our emails, files and communications. We recommend you ... All students can expect to be placed outside of Calgary (including out of province) more than once during the program. Students ... SAIT Students Association Fees. Health Plan: $110**. Dental Plan: $125**. SAIT Students Association (SAITSA): $288 ...
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  • There is more to it than 'being nice 'to all students, but applying a true understanding of the student's perspective and their reaction to your service as the practitioner. (naspa.org)
  • Exchange students will be charged a tuition for 15 credits per term while they are abroad. (ubc.ca)
  • Community college such as Ivy Tech offer lower tuition, smaller course ratios to instructors, flexible schedules, and mindfully crafted degree articulation agreements such as '2+2 programs' which outline of course requirements at Ivy Tech and IUPUI. (naspa.org)
  • Students who are accepted with 60 transfer credits will be classified as juniors in the bachelor of applied arts and sciences degree program. (rockcountyalliance.com)
  • We do currently have students in the program. (rockcountyalliance.com)
  • Under the agreement between countries/territories, students' fees are waived and credit transfer will be made under UMAP credit transfer program. (wikipedia.org)
  • The program is designed to provide hands-on skills training in biotechnology, as well as an AS transfer option for students with interests in the biological sciences. (course-catalog.com)
  • This program provides students with a strong foundation in the operation of our Criminal Justice System. (smartcatalogiq.com)
  • Students often continue their education and complete a baccalaureate program in Criminal Justice. (smartcatalogiq.com)
  • To determine available transfer institutions, and to ensure all credits will be transferred and applied to your degree, complete an A2B Program Search at www.mass.edu/masstransfer . (smartcatalogiq.com)
  • Students in the program are encouraged to relate theoretical learning to practice and establish bridges between the classroom and the work environments. (greatbay.edu)
  • The Business Administration degree is designed to provide students with options that enhance transfer to four-year institutions, or allow students to pursue employment upon completion of the program. (greatbay.edu)
  • The Business Administration program is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) which supports transfers to many four- year institutions. (greatbay.edu)
  • PCC will launch its new Historic Preservation program this fall for students of all backgrounds and levels of experience. (piedmontcc.edu)
  • All students can expect to be placed outside of Calgary (including out of province) more than once during the program. (sait.ca)
  • Students are expected to return to SAIT campus for classes in the second and third year of the program. (sait.ca)
  • Students will be evaluated on lab, competency and performance in the program using a competency tracking system called Comp Tracker. (sait.ca)
  • Students are required to have an iPad with Bluetooth keyboard to support the Comp Tracker system while in the program. (sait.ca)
  • Exceptional students who are excellent candidates for the PhD program may apply to transfer from the MN to the PhD program. (utoronto.ca)
  • YVC offers a variety of disciplines so that students can select their course load based on their area of interest within this degree. (yvcc.edu)
  • Please submit all of your online Course Request Forms (CRFs) on the Transfer Credit Portal before the published deadlines. (ubc.ca)
  • Different agreements have different conditions and deadlines. (su.se)
  • There will be a separate procedure for negotiating the new agreement to regulate the future relationship between the UK and the EU, and there are no deadlines for concluding this agreement. (regjeringen.no)
  • However, as Assistant Director of the Passport Office: IUPUI & Ivy Tech Coordinated Programs, I encounter many students and their families who are starting to plan their higher education journey with community college in mind. (naspa.org)
  • Provides students with the skills and knowledge needed to lead entry-level or above adventure programs and services. (mass.edu)
  • Students are prepared to work in outdoor centers and organizations, paddling schools, outdoor schools such as NOLS and Outward Bound, human services organizations, educational institutions that utilize adventure, and a diverse variety of recreational programs and businesses. (mass.edu)
  • PCC also offers a variety of career and technical programs for students who want to earn a two-year degree leading to a career. (piedmontcc.edu)
  • The publication also provides important information on PCC's programs of study and resources for students as well as a schedule of Continuing Education classes. (piedmontcc.edu)
  • You are responsible for ensuring that classes taken off campus are approved and acknowledged by your respective embassies. (sandiego.edu)
  • This is the reason why I believe not only master level students, but new professionals as well should consider working at community colleges as a means to #AddValue by diversifying their professional profile. (naspa.org)
  • For starters, community college students immediately add to our workforce by entering vocational occupations via their Associate's degrees and certificates. (naspa.org)
  • It is the agreement on the future relationship between the UK and the EU and any transitional arrangements that are negotiated as part of the withdrawal agreement that will be of particular importance to Norway. (regjeringen.no)
  • Transfer credit can take up to 16 weeks to process. (ubc.ca)
  • Through a variety of writing projects requiring competence in clear, correct, and effective English, students use inferential and critical skills in the process of composing documented essays. (course-catalog.com)
  • Exchange studies for Master students at DSV are allowed during the 3rd semester (autumn). (su.se)
  • From the 2009-10 award year through the 2010-11 award year, eligible students could receive up to two Federal Pell Grants within a single award year. (ed.gov)
  • When the evaluation is complete, the results will automatically be entered on your account in the transfer credit portal. (ubc.ca)
  • PhD students normally aim to complete the degree in four years of full-time study. (utoronto.ca)
  • If you do not complete your teaching service agreement, the amounts of the TEACH Grants you received will be converted to a Direct Unsubsidized Loan that you must repay with interest charges from the date of each TEACH Grant disbursement. (ed.gov)
  • It allows us to offer some additional education for those students who maybe want to move up in a career, move up in the company they are with now or explore their options. (rockcountyalliance.com)
  • OLP has been preparing students to enter the outdoor adventure education and recreation industry as qualified professional outdoor leaders for nearly 40 years. (mass.edu)
  • Students from the Master's programme in Health Informatics, apply for exchange studies through Karolinska Institutet. (su.se)
  • WebAdvisor offers the most up-to-date class listing and is open to both prospective and current students. (piedmontcc.edu)
  • Upon logging in to the Current Students page for the first time, students will be asked to change their Global PINs to a number other than their date of birth (the new PIN may not begin with a zero). (clark.edu)
  • There is a two-year deadline for negotiating the withdrawal agreement, which may be extended if the parties agree on this. (regjeringen.no)
  • Nationally, hundreds of acute care hospitals and other healthcare entities have executed memoranda of understanding (MOUs) or mutual aid agreements (MAAs) over the last decade to facilitate potential collaborative efforts. (cdc.gov)